Free functionally equivalent clone of the Microsoft MS-DOS Shell targeting FreeDOS primarily, but freely usable in any DOS flavor.
Rename multiple files based on date time
This is a filesystem converting file name from one character set to another. It's implemented by using FUSE(Filesystem in USErspace),.
ClamFS is a FUSE-based user-space file system for Linux with on-access anti-virus file scanning through clamd daemon.
SmbServer is a Samba Server for RISC OS. It is a port of Samba from Linux/Unix to RISC OS. This enables RISC OS to share files and directories with other platforms.
WikipediaFS: View and edit Wikipedia articles as if they were real files.
e2undel is an interactive console tool that recovers the data of deleted files on an ext2 file system under Linux. It does not require any additional tools and should be useable without knowledge about ext2 interna.
Puppy will allow a user to communicate with a Topfield TF5000 or TF6000 PVRs via a USB port. ftpd-topfield provides a similar service via FTP.
Integration of Linux hosts in Active Directory Domain. Make Linux hosts Windows domain hosts, Make Windows domain users Linux users.
Library for filesystems intended to be used in embedded projects. The library currently supports FAT12/16/32 reading & writing on SD-cards, and is easily expandable for use with other devices on any platform.
FUSEPod is a userspace filesystem which mounts your iPod into a directory for easy browsing of your songs on your iPod. It features a configurable directory layout, read/write support, read support for playlists and finds where your iPod is.
A Perl FileHandle supporting multi-byte unget.
Compact implementation of the ext2 filesystem in user space, using the FUSE library. Uses include providing ext2/ext3 support on platforms which do not support it and as a base for filesystem projects.
IAFS is an interactive filesystem for linux-systems, handling requests to potentially unmounted medias. Action-handling of IAFS is performed by shellscripts, so IAFS may manage real jukeboxes and/or virtual jukeboxes. See webpage for details.
Webmin module for managing Posix Access Control Lists (ACLs) on files and directories.
Clicker is a project for a Multitasking Open-source operating system written from scratch. based on a modular micro kernel. We want to explore new way of designing and using OSes :) [newz: PCI, NE2K and VBE]
TreeSize for Unix shows the space used by each folder on your disk(s), sorted by size. It can be useful to assist in obtaining more free space. Basically a graphical version of du, with a much better interface than xdu, more practical than Filelight.
Obsolete tools for resizing ext2 filesystems. Not maintained since 2004. The majority of this functionality was included into e2fsprogs years ago.
K Disk archiver (KDar) is a KDE GUI-based backup and archiving program. Use it to prepare your data for storage on CD-Rs, jazz drives, floppies, even DVDs. KDar uses the dar library by Denis Corbin. Features include compression and archive splitting.
The NFS/RDMA project is a reference implementation of a new RDMA-capable ONC RPC transport for use by Linux kernel NFS. This transport implementation is now available as part of the Linux kernel. The code is also available separately under a dual GPL/BSD
kcd is a directory change utility similar to NCD. It helps you navigate the directory tree. You can also supply part of the desired directory name directly in the command line and let kcd find it for you.
Tag is a command line program that runs under linux that will associate "tags" to files on the disk. Files can be tagged with keywords, allowing a user to search for tags, and displaying all files associated with that tag.
A client-server XML Repository written in PHP, using XPath for documents queries. The server and client can work directly if on the same machine or via XML-RPC over a network.
ext3/ext2 undelete tool.User can recover files by it's name/type/owner.Forensic analyser provided.Recovers Deleted database tables.Restores deleted files to it's original location.But you can't recover the files deleted before installation of giis.
Namei will follow a pathname until a terminal point is found (e.g., a file, directory, char device, etc.). If namei finds a symbolic link, it shows the link and starts following it, indenting the output to show the context.